Jan-2000

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Advanced Data Shaping

Mike Gunderloy

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Article

 

Mike Gunderloy provides some examples of ADO's SHAPE..APPEND statement in action, including how to synchronize child and parent Recordsets. Mike also introduces the SHAPE..COMPUTER statement.

 

 

 

Taking an Inventory

Peter Vogel

4

 

Editorial

 

Peter discusses skills again … "The first thing that you have to recognize is that your skill portfolio isn’t limited to your technical skills. "

 

 

 

Design Schemes - An Access Add-in

Helen Feddema

8

 

Article

 

Helen Feddema returns to creating Add-Ins, this time for Access 2000+, and creates an Add-in that manages the appearance of your Forms and Reports.

 

 

 

Form Templates

Helen Feddema

10

 

Sidebar

 

Form Templates

 

Upgrading an Access 97 Add-in to Access 2000

Helen Feddema

11

 

Sidebar

 

Upgrading an Access 97 Add-in to Access 2000

 

Control Your Subforms

Christopher R. Weber

13

 

Article

 

It really doesn't make any sense to save an Order without any details. Christopher R. Weber explains how, by enhancing your interface design, you can create n event that stops users from omitting the detail records.

 

 

 

Gatsby Product Review

Steve Thompson

16

 

Review

 

Gatsby might be the fastest way to build and deploy Access Web-enabled databases for use on an intranet or the Internet without any additional work! Steve Thompson reviews Gatsby to let you know what it can (and can't) do for you.

 

 

 

Duplicates and AutoNumbers

Peter Vogel

20

 

Access Answers

 

I have a bunch of records in a table that represent all of the tasks that could be performed on a given day. I must pull out the highest-priority task for each day. I’ve tried subqueries, sets, and everything else I can think of, read on...

 

 

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